STUCK: A great new resource!

June 2, 2011


All kids worry from time to time; thunderstorms, spelling tests, even “monsters” in the closet at bedtime are common sources of worry. However, for some children, worry can become obsessive, creating obstacles to coping with everyday tasks and impeding relationships with family and friends. This kind of worrying can create isolation for the child and his/her family.

Fortunately, Rhonda Martin understands this. Rhonda is a licensed counselor who treats children with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Through her work with her clients and their families, she realized the loneliness they felt, and noted the fears they expressed about being “the only one” with this problem. To help with this, Rhonda penned STUCK, a story book about a little girl named Cinnamon, who has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

Last week, Rhonda was interviewed at  Book Expo America about Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and her book.  Click here to listen to this great interview!

To learn more about anxiety in children and its effect on spiritual growth and development, please visit Dr. Steve Grcevich’s series.



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